Now at first, I was hesitant on joining the site, because I was sure there'd be a valid solution, but there isn't. I seemed to have, pardon me, but 'screwed myself over.' I was following the advice of an earlier post dealing with this problem. Seeing as it worked fine up until I used Malwarebytes to remove conspicious software, I believe that malware had gotten into my network adapter, thus keeping me from using wireless internet connection after removal. I would connect, but the 'i' displaying that the connection was not going to allow me actual internet connection.
Following the advise of a post on this site, I uninstalled the network adapter in hope that it would reinstall. But after removing it (and promply restarting my computer), it did not reinstall on launch. I am very desperate for a proper solution at this point, because I absolutely do not wish to take my laptop to the shop and add another bill to my worries.
My computer is Windows7 Home Premium. It has an Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-2310M CPU @ 210GHz with 3.00 GB of Installed ram, and it's a 64-Bit operating system. It utilizes Intel My Wifi Technology, but I am unaware of anything beyond what I posted (seeing as I did not note the name of the adapter before removal.). Any help on this matter would be greatly appreciated.
P.S: I have this page bookmarked, and will be checking by the hour, making me available at any time for questions that would aid the solving of this problem.
P.S.S: The link for the advice post is Limited Access - wifi problem - occured after malware removal